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  • Sep 21, 2012
The last time we heard from Marc Cameron, he and his team were artfully blasting dirt from walls to create automotive "reverse graffiti" that was singular in its excellence. Cameron is back in the news for making some pretty cool car-based art objects, this time teaming with photographer Mark Brown to do a little bit of light painting.

Actually, this is the second go at what the tandem has dubbed "light graffiti." In 2011 the duo painted London with hip renditions of Alfas, Ferraris and other slick rides. This time Cameron and Brown have chosen to paint some of their favorite examples of show cars from this season.

A Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, Chevrolet C7 Corvette and Ford Focus RS are amongst the newest subjects, all painted in vibrant, flowing paths of light, and hanging in mid-air.

Have a look through the attached gallery to see what we mean. If you like the concept and the results, click here to find some light-painting poster prints you can have for your home.


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